Understanding Te Tiriti is an engaging introduction to Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Over the course of one day, you’ll gain an understanding of:
- why we have a treaty – relationships pre-1840, the context for a treaty
- what it says – the wording and understandings of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- what happened post signing – treaty breaches, the impacts of colonisation and Māori responses
- current issues – key events post 1975, including the Treaty settlement process
- what can I/we do? – personal and/or organisational responses
For organisations: To book an in-house Understanding Te Tiriti workshop for a group of 16 or more participants please contact us
For individuals and small groups:
To register for the next public workshop hosted by Community Law in central Wellington from 9.30am-4.30pm on 29 February 2020 please provide the information below.
Once this information is received we will contact you with payment details (this is a manual process so it won’t be immediate). Spaces are limited on this workshop, payment must be received by 20 February to secure your place.
Rates are GST inclusive.
If cost is a barrier please contact us.
If you can’t make the February workshop and want to know to be informed of future dates (and you’re not already on our mailing list) please let us know.